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    ^^^ nice ^^^

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    My cb500 - 72 coming along Click image for larger version. 

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    That CB 500 looks REALLY fine. The lines are really great, not like most CB swingarm bobbers. Keep us posted on that build. I had a bobbed 77 CB750 for a summer, and man, was that thing fast and LOUD (four straight pipes!), but it sure didnt look like yours

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    CB750, Santee swingarm frame, +14 springer:

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    And the answer is a resounding No on this specimen

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    Do me a favor and be more specific. I want the feedback...what major areas need to go?

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    I think it looks real good! Only thing i would change is putting a 21 up front ^^^^

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    Only thing I don't like is the fender/sissybar placement - other than that, yes a 21 would make it killer!

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    And the answer is a resounding No on this specimen

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    all it needs is a longer rear mudguard, at least the Sissybar is near enough parallel & in line with the forks which is spot on & a 21 up front will finish it off nicely.... keep picture coming as it changes...

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    Absolutely agree with the 21" front. The OEM version had the dual front discs and I'd like to keep them. So looking for a Harley OEM 21" dual disc with a 3/4" axle. I got new burley springs to lower the forks an inch or so. After installing a drop seat kit there's been an understeer/handling issue. From what i've read lowering the front (same amount as rear) should correct the trail and improve handling. Appreciate the comments. I'll post up once I find the wheel.
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